Working Mothers

Interview with actor Carol Caffrey

This week I spoke to Carol Caffrey about her return to the stage after almost twenty five years, she'll soon be heading to the Edinburgh Fringe with the show 'Music for Dogs.'

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Interview with Abu! Film Productions

It was absolutely brilliant to speak with AGMx, Alex, Dot and Narlyia - the driving force behind Abu! Productions, and all-female owned production company working in the States.

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The Picture of Dorian Gray, Bread & Roses Theatre - Review

Eschewing the secondary characters and moral didacticism from the Victorian era, Charmaine K Parkin’s production concentrates on the psychological aspects of Dorian Gray (Alessandro Babalola) – in particular his duality.

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A THIRD, Finborough Theatre - Review

Inspired by an advice column she read where a woman felt emotionally betrayed by her husband during a threesome, seasoned playwright and TV writer Laura Jacqmin wrote A Third as a way to explore the emotional and practical consequences to having an open relationship.

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Edfringe Listings 2015

Our selection of what to check out at Edfringe - want to be on the list? Drop us an email! We particularly want to highlight feminist / female led / gender equal productions.

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Travelling Light present STRICTLY BALTI by Saikat Ahamed

Award-winning theatre company Travelling Light present STRICTLY BALTI at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. This enchanting and compelling autobiographical story is written and performed by Bristol theatre maker Saikat Ahamed. For audiences 10+ The Gilded Balloon, Edfringe 7-31 August (except 12)

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Feral Foxy Ladies and Camden People’s Theatre present I GOT DRESSED IN FRONT OF MY NEPHEW TODAY

First scratched at Camden People’s Theatre’s Calm Down, Dear Festival, I GOT DRESSED is a riotous, atypically sexy and messy hour of entertainment.
Edfringe ZOO Venue 124 (The Aviary) Dates 7th-30th Aug (not 17th, 24th)

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Interview with writer and actor Anne Chamberlain

Anne Chamberlain is a writer / actor from New Zealand, her show 'EGLANTYNE' is currently touring the UK. I caught up with her this week in a Q and A about her work.

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Madame X, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre - Review

From the moment the dulcet mournful trumpet lingers in the air, the audience is transported to postwar France. Inspired by the original play La Femme X by Alexandre Bisson, Simon James Collier’s interpretation of Madame X takes the outward trappings of film-noir and creates a world where someone like Nora in A Doll’s House has made different choices and deals with the ramifications of them.

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Reading Fringe Festival - Female Arts select

Our selection of the Reading Fringe Festival's theatre, comedy, dance, film and music. Weds 15th - Sunday 19th July 2015

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